Scott Hadley was elected to Council in 2005 and served the first two years as Mayor; now is serving the second two years as Councilman. He was first elected to Council in 1993 with the four-year term running from January 1, 1994 to December 31, 1997.
Scott and his father, AC Hadley, started a family printing business in 1959. Now under the ownership and direction of Nancy Hadley, Hadley Printing is now celebrating 50 years of doing business in Beavercreek.
Scott’s first community involvement started in 1966 when the printing company became charter members of the newly-formed Chamber of Commerce. Scott was elected to the Board of Directors in 1972 and served as Secretary, then Vice President in 1973, and President in 1974 and 1975. Scott and Nancy have received the highest awards presented by the Chamber - Business Persons of the Year in 1992, and the EG Shaw Award in 2000.
1973 - Member of Committee of Eleven in 1973 to incorporate Beavercreek
1973 - Charter Member of Beavercreek Rotary; Scott served as Board Member, President, Committee Chair, and has been given the Outstanding Community Service Award and Paul Harris Fellow by his Club. Just completed 36 years of perfect attendance in 2009.
1976 - Appointed to Beavercreek Township Zoning Commission
1978, 1979 - Elected to original Charter Commission and was Vice Chair; helped write Beavercreek City Charter. Scott has been appointed to four different Charter Review Commissions and served as Chair on two of them. The Charter was approved by the voters in 1980
Since 1989 - Served for 25 years on the Boards of Directors of Senior Resources (Heartland) and Fairwood Village (Housing)
1986 - Charter Member of Beavercreek Branch of YMCA; served on that Committee as well as on the Greene County Metro Board and was President for two years and is currently Branch Chair for Beavercreek following the merger with Dayton Area YMCA, now 12 branches
1999 - Charter lifetime member, BHS Alumni Association and served as President in 2001; was inducted into the BHS Alumni Hall of Fame in 2001
After 15 years, Scott continues to actively serve on the Popcorn Festival Committee as well as the Fourth of July Committee.
During the 2005 campaign, Scott was endorsed by the Beavercreek FOP #160 and the Dayton Daily News.